Exclusive: Stream Major Leagues' sophomore EP, Dream States

Exclusive: Stream Major Leagues' sophomore EP, Dream States

The Brissy four-piece return with a fantastic six-tracker.

Following on from two cracking singles in Someone Sometime and more recently Better Off, Brisbane-based garage-pop outfit Major Leagues today have unveiled their brand new six-track EP, Dream States. Featuring those two tracks along with four dreamy new tunes, Dream States was recorded by Miro Mackle and mixed by Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Jacob Portrait and Bored Nothing’s Fergus Miller. The result is pure blend of beachy summer garage pop in the vein of Best Coast and The Breeders. Having toured in past alongside the likes of San Cisco and Canada's Alvvays, you can catch Major Leagues live in May when set off on a co-headline tour with Flowertruck (dates down the bottom).

Until then though, put your feet up and go straight to the beach with Dream States ahead of its physical release on April 15:


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